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Old 08-29-2009, 05:09 PM
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Arrow Top 10 Boone & Crockett Whitetail Producing States



For those who have not seen this list for a while, here's a good, interesting map also to go with the list of record book bucks which may help in planning future hunting trips. Wish we could do more to help Georgia improve.

Here's the web site link where this details came from:

http://www.boone-crockett.org/bgReco...area=bgRecords

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you should note that all but one of those states are from one particular region in the country. there is a reason(s) for that.

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Nevada is ahead of Georgia on the help list
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you should note that all but one of those states are from one particular region in the country. there is a reason(s) for that.

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This 2007 article put GA at #2 for public land hunting
http://www.outdoorlife.com/articles/...lic-land-bucks


With Ga having around 80 where does it rank?
This is not up to date
Boone and Crockett Results
Hunter/Owner Typ/Non Score County Year
Billy Joe Padgett Non 248-4/8 Telfair 1998
John L. Htton, Jr. Non 240-3/8 Monroe 1973
Blakely Voltz Non 231-2/8 Muscogee 1997
Bob Gillespie Non 216-2/8 Wilkes 1978
Thomas H. Cooper Non 215-7/8 Putnam 1974
Hut Jenkins Non 215-1/8 Unk Unk
Wade Patterson Non 211-4/8 Worth 1988
Walter Keel Non 210-1/8 Crawford 1971
Lamar Darley Non 208-3/8 Decatur 1964
Jerry Malone Non 207-3/8 Jones 1967
GA DNR Non 206-4/8 Madison 1993
GA DNR Non 206-3/8 Colquitt 1990
Lauren C. Atwell Non 204-6/8 Harris 2002
Cutris Long Non 203-4/8 Jones 1965
Rolf Kauka Non 202-3/8 Thomas 1991
Tommy Buford Non 202-2/8 Mitchell 2001
J. Richard Mocko Non 202-2/8 Oglethorpe 1983
Dwaine Davis Non 201 Wilkinson 1990
Jacky Stanfill Non 200-1/8 Colquitt 2002
Ken Brown Non 199-6/8 Harris 1974
Hugh Barber Non 199-5/8 Jasper 1959
David Frost Non 198-4/8 Wheeler 1983
Wayne Griffin Non 197-4/8 Dooly 1984
R. H. Bumbalough Non 197-3/8 Newton 1969
Major Beard / David Brannen Non 196-7/8 Macon 1971
Frank Pritchard Non 196 Jasper 1968
Shane Calhoun Non 195-4/8 Worth 1985
Olen P. Ross Non 195-3/8 Colquitt 1976
Jackie Bailey Non 195-3/8 Johnson 1999
Donald K. Duren Non 195-2/8 Brooks 1970
Wesley Jones Non 195-1/8 Macon 1986
Buck Ashe Typ 191-4/8 Monroe 1961
Floyd Benson Typ 184-3/8 Paulding 1962
Joe Morgan Typ 184-2/8 Dooly 1985
Gene Almand Typ 184 Newton 1966
Kenton Adams Typ 184 Hart 1986
Clayton Kitchens Typ 180-7/8 Jones 1957
David Moon Typ 180-2/8 Newton 1972
Gary Littlejohn Typ 179-2/8 Lamar 1968
Cy Smith Typ 179-1/8 Twiggs 1970
Hubert Moody Typ 179 Jasper 1957
Usher Malcolm Typ 179 Oglethorpe 1974
Shannon Akin Typ 179 Dooly 1981
W. Michael Layfield Typ 178-5/8 Taylor 1997
Clyde E. Anderson Typ 178-5/8 Thomas 1969
Brent McCarty Typ 178-5/8 Macon 1999
Ricky Dowis Typ 178-3/8 Mitchell 1997
Alfred Wright Typ 177-7/8 Haralson 1982
Bill Athon Typ 177-5/8 Macon 1976
D. Harold Cannon Typ 177-5/8 Macon 1976
Tomothy Carter Typ 177-5/8 Colquitt 1990
Jim Richards Typ 176-4/8 Heard 1977
Mike Wilson Typ 176-2/8 Macon 1981
Claude McKibben, Jr. Typ 176-2/8 Troup 1984
Jeff Hill Typ 176-1/8 Randolph 1991
Joe Freeman Typ 175-7/8 Brooks 1978
John Underwood Typ 175-4/8 Colquitt 1976
Charles Haynie Typ 175-4/8 Macon 1987
L. Edwin Massey Typ 175-3/8 Worth 1962
Harold Cole Typ 174-6/8 Talbot 1985
Ken Yearta Typ 173-6/8 Carroll 1983
Unk Typ 173-3/8 Monroe 1979
John C. Heard Typ 173-2/8 Meriwether 1973
Michael Long Typ 173-1/8 Morgan 1991
Paul W. Smith Typ 173-1/8 Dodge 1993
Bill Shirley, Jr. Typ 172-7/8 Newton 1967
Keith McCullogh Typ 172-7/8 Heard 1982
Al Collins Typ 172-6/8 Mitchell 1991
J. P. Flournoy Typ 172-4/8 Dougherty 1969
Bob Bell Typ 172-4/8 Randolph 1979
Alan Whitaker Typ 172-4/8 Colquitt 1996
Mike Gregory Typ 172-3/8 Fulton 1986
Jeff Banks Typ 172-3/8 Morgan 2001
Spunky Thornton Typ 172-2/8 Putnam 1983
Marty McNulty Typ 172-1/8 Dooly 1990
Jack Hammond Typ 172 Butts 1963
Mayo Tucker Typ 172 Tift 1982
Craig Walker Typ 171-6/8 Telfair 1993
Charles Childee Typ 171-6/8 Taylor 1985
Donald Graham Typ 171-5/8 Baldwin 1977
Jerry Cook Typ 171-3/8 Turner 1986
James Mashburn Typ 170-7/8 Worth 1983
Gorman Riley Typ 170-6/8 Harris 1983
Darrell Evans Typ 170-6/8 Laurens 1992
Jack Garrison Typ 170-5/8 Lowndes 1983
Wade Cown Typ 170-5/8 Jasper 1961
Stan Steiner Typ 170-5/8 Lee 1991
T. E. Land Typ 170-4/8 Monroe 1958
Scott Urquhart Typ 170-3/8 Wilcox 1981
Jim Whitaker Typ 170-3/8 Wilkinson 1982
Douglas Freeman Typ 170-3/8 Coweta 1978
Gary McMahan Typ 170-3/8 Hancock 2003
Harold Cannon Typ 170-2/8 Oglethorpe 1971
Glenn Owens / James Owens Typ 170-1/8 Jasper 1967
Joseph J. Ryals Typ 170-1/8 Taylor 1998
Robert Thaxton Typ 170-1/8 Oglethorpe 1978
Charles Johnson Typ 170 Meriwether 1988
Travis Strenth Typ 170 Worth 1990
Alan Parrish Typ 170 Tift 1990
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Here's the latest map update below, but hope good forum folks will post newer maps as they become available:


B & C and P & Y Record Book Whitetail Deer Map: 1996-2005



http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?t=294614

http://mikehanback.typepad.com/mikeh...-book-buc.html

http://mikehanback.typepad.com/.shar...k_poster_5.jpg

http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?t=294575



This is also in the 2009 QDMA Whitetail Report at the web link below:

http://www.qdma.com/media-room/

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Download QDMA’s 2010 Whitetail Report (PDF)

Download QDMA’s 2009 Whitetail Report (PDF)


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Here's a recent news article with updated details at the web link below:



http://www.americanhunter.org/articl...e-coming-from/

Where B&C Bucks Are Coming From

Hunters registered more Boone and Crockett Club whitetails during the past 10 years than in any decade before. Some of the hotspots will surprise you.

By Patrick Durkin

5/19/2010


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i like the way jasper co is on buckbacks list a few times. maybe ill be next on the list
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Here's the latest map update below, but hope good forum folks will post newer maps as they become available:


B & C and P & Y Record Book Whitetail Deer Map: 1996-2005



http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?t=294614

http://mikehanback.typepad.com/mikeh...-book-buc.html

http://mikehanback.typepad.com/.shar...k_poster_5.jpg

http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?t=294575



This is also in the 2009 QDMA Whitetail Report at the web link below:

http://www.qdma.com/media-room/

Blog > Media Room

Download QDMA’s 2010 Whitetail Report (PDF)

Download QDMA’s 2009 Whitetail Report (PDF)


Long Island with 51+!!!

Per the map a few posts up.
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That map is old. IL has taken over the top state for Boone&Crockett whitetail entries.
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Does anyone have current trophy buck information? If so, please post for all to see. I'd like to know what the top 50 counties are that produce trophy bucks in the last 10-15 years!
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I had been told repeatedly recently that Wisconsin was the place to be.
And the map kinda reflects that..
Where does Iowa show to be #1?
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IL in the last 5yrs alone has had a bunch of Boone&Crockett entries. I'm almost for certain that it is the now #1 state for most entries for typical and nontypical.

The most popular county that I know of for most of these entries is Pike Country, IL. Then there are 2 other counties that adjoin it I think that produce a bunch as well.
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All you have to do is look at the entries IL produces each and every year to tell they won't be passed anytime soon. They have a bunch each year.

This is one of the best sites to follow IL hunting.

This should show you some of the bucks from a few yrs back.

http://www.prairiestateoutdoors.com/...for_big_bucks/

They killed a bunch of Booners last season I do know that. More than any other state again.
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Here's just a few from last year in IL. If I can find the other one, I will post it.

http://www.prairiestateoutdoors.com/..._top_typicals/
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And here are the non-typicals from last year for IL.

http://www.prairiestateoutdoors.com/..._non-typicals/

Hard to beat a state that does this constantly.

A few of those were taken in previous years.
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Still though...with the exception of Texas, GA looks to be a little better southern state to hunt in. Could be better for sure though.
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To better classify, the title of the thread said Boone & Crockett. If you total the Pope and Young combined then IL would not be on top. There are a lot of bowhunters in WI.

Don't know the date of this but I dug this up.

http://usahunting.com/
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To better classify, the title of the thread said Boone & Crockett. If you total the Pope and Young combined then IL would not be on top. There are a lot of bowhunters in WI.

Don't know the date of this but I dug this up.

http://usahunting.com/
Appreciate you posting the good web link. Since it's talking about the 2008 Turkey Season on the web page, it may only be from a couple years ago which may be statistics & numbers from 2007, but newer than most similar reports which are hard to find. Takes lots of time, work, research, & efforts to put together reports like that.

I'll post the graphics details you found below.

Thanks again for finding more good info.

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